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Photograph captures brutality of Cuban dictatorship against women

It is said a picture says a thousand words, and in the case of the photograph below, each and every word incriminates the Castro dictatorship in Cuba for its vile and merciless brutality against Cuban women. Unfortunately, this is only one of the thousands of women who have been brutalized by the Castro regime.

Via Capitol Hill Cubans:

Below is a picture of Gladys Escandell Martinez, an independent librarian and member of the opposition Rural Women's Federation (FLAMUR), who was brutally beaten by the Castro regime for participating in a peaceful protest this week.

More "reform" you can't believe in.

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